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Napa Earthquake Updates:

September 5th:

Thanks to all of you who visited this site, our Facebook page, stopped in our Clinic, called, emailed, and sent notes with well wishes and kind words…and to all of you who made donations to the Disaster Relief Fund for Napa Humane that we are sharing with the Napa County Animal Shelter.

You are awesome! An overused word these days, right? But your caring and concern is awe inspiring and we are humbled and grateful for the outpouring of kindness for the animals and their people that we serve.

An update on activity since the earthquake of August 24:  Our Spay/Neuter Clinic has a clean bill of health except for some cracks and bumps. Our water heater needed repair as did our water supply back pressure valve but All in One Repair tended to it immediately. Our glass front doors got tweaked and some windows blew their seals, but Javco Window and Glass was amazingly prompt in making the repairs given we were just one of their gazillion calls. And Valley Tech Solutions came to our rescue to get our tech problems solved quickly. Next, we need to make repairs to our roof tiles and HVAC system on the roof and repair the many cracks in the sheetrock throughout the Clinic. Soon enough!

Thanks to you all and we hope that you and yours are recovering and healing. If we can help please let us know.

August 27th:

Update regarding the earthquake that struck Napa Valley on Sunday, August 24th and subsequent aftershocks. We are so grateful for your caring and concern.

Damage to our Clinic did not, thankfully, compromise the integrity of the building – just caused some cracks, holes, and bumps! Our IT/phone issues are almost fixed, all the surgical equipment tested a-ok and our staff cleaned up lickety-split. We are open for business and performed surgery Tuesday, August 26th.

The Napa County Animal Shelter continues to house pets displaced by the quake. If you have lost a pet contact them at (707) 253-4382. If you have found a pet that can be safely handled, please take it to them at 942 Hartle Court, Napa. If you cannot handle the pet, if it is injured, or if you are unable to transport call Animal Services at (707) 253-4517.

Pet Food Express has established a Disaster Relief Fund and is matching up to $10,000 in donations for both our ongoing efforts and repairs and to sustain our disaster relief training into the future. Your help and support at this time will be especially appreciated and all donations to this site for disaster relief will be shared equally between Napa Humane and the NCAS and matched dollar-for-dollar by PFE.

August 24th:

Update regarding the earthquake that struck Napa Valley on Sunday, August 24th. Heartfelt thanks for your caring and concern. Click here to make a donation for disaster relief for the animals. All donations for disaster relief will be shared equally between Napa Humane and the Napa County Animal Shelter.

Napa Humane's Spay/Neuter Clinic sustained some structural damage plus IT/phone outages and we must cancel surgery for inspections, clean-up, and repair. If your pet is scheduled for surgery this week we will notify you of the status of the appointment as soon as possible.

The Napa County Animal Shelter reports that all animals are fine and the structure sound. Pet Food Express in Napa where NCAS cats are housed in their Cat Adoption Center reports that the structures and building sustained only minor damage and the cats are well.

The NCAS is responding to the needs of those displaced by the earthquake by taking in pets of those housed in Red Cross emergency shelters. Napa Humane remains at the ready to assist in the transport of animals utilizing our Mobile Adoption Unit and cadre of amazing volunteers.

We both hope to quickly recover from this disaster to continue to serve companion animals in our Napa Valley. Your help and support at this time will be especially appreciated and all donations for disaster relief will be shared equally between Napa Humane and the Napa County Animal Shelter.

 

 

 



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